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snow on the back side of the precipitation this morning with the colder air moving in toward illinois. our temps big ranges. some areas are clear and calm like manassas at 41. we have a few spots in the lower 60s where we've got clouds and a little more of a breeze. we're down to 50 here in d.c. with 53 in annapolis. again upper 60s with more clouds this afternoon. 5:59. monika samtani, happy observed veterans day. >> that's right, observed veterans day today. because of that a lot of you are off work but if are planning to head around town, metro is on a saturday schedule. grosvenor to friendship hits is single tracking and east falls church to clarendon, buses replace replace trains. there are no hov restrictions and two-way traffic on the changeable roads, including canal road, clara barton parkway and rock creek parkway as well. let's show you what it looks like at the american legion bridge on the west side of town. looking good between 270 and 66. no issues across the bridge
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span here. now we'll go back over to the maps. 95 northbound no delays yet from woodbridge to spring field. another live look outside, this time taking a look at 66 inside the beltway. i'll be back with more coming up at 6:11. >> thank you, monika. there are new developments this morning on the resignation of c.i.a. director david petraeus. the retired general's biographer sent harassing e- mails and triggered an f.b.i. probe. >> members of congress want more information about the investigation. preeti arla is live on capitol hill with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there continues to be a lot of drama and a lot of questions surrounding general petraeus' resignation in light of that affair. we have learned more about the investigation into the situation and the woman who received the harassing e-mails. her name is jill kelle ye, a 37- year-old florida woman and she's the one who received the
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e-mails from petraeus' then girlfriend paula broadwell. she has asked for privacy. she and her family have been friends with the petraeuses for several years. broadwell appeared to view kelle ye as a romantic -- kelley as a romantic rival even though it appears that was not the case. as we're learning more details about exactly how this all unfolded, we're also learning about the investigation and members of the intelligence committee say they received no advanced warning that an investigation was even going o. they say that is a huge problem. >> this is mething that could have had an effect on national sciewrpt. i think we should -- national security. i think we should have been told. there is a way to do it. >> it would have been very difficult to continue in his position if he had subordinates who may have engaged in similar activity. how would he deal with that. i know that was his thought process and at the end ever the
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day he did do the right -- of the day he did do the right thing. >> reporter: there will be meetings between the f.b.i. and intelligence committee leaders. again the focus on whether there were any national security implications here and also why those committee members were not told about this information they say they should have known about. we'll have to continue to see how this all unfolds and exactly what the investigation and those hearings this week will reveal. at 6:03, jessica doyle is here with another your money report. >> the cliff check. cliff notes this morning. the fiscal cliff. >> starting tomorrow the pressure is really, really on for congress. hard-core. the reon why lawmakers are returning from their lame-duck session and have just 16 scheduled work days to stop a potential recession next year. they meet tomorrow. the way things are right now on january 1, a $600 billion package of austerity measures kick in to cut the deficit.
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we're talking a series of tax hikes and spending cuts that could cripple the local and national economy. the president and a group of bipartisan congressional leaders will hold their first fiscal cliff meeting on friday. republicans and democrats of course taking to the sunday talk shows with their agendas but both sides did indicate there could be a growing bipartisan consensus that any solution must include a combination of spending cuts and revenue increases. in the other financial headache hanging over global economies, there is a step forward to tell you about in the greek debt crisis. greek lawmakers have approved the country's 2013 austerity budget. this is a key step in greece's efforts to persuade its internional creditors to unblock a rescue loan installment. without this the country will go bankrupt. it's going to cost you a little bit more to prepare the thanksgiving meal this year but the total cost would actually have been lower this year if it weren't for the bird. the american farm bureau of federation estimate it is will
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cost you $49.48 to feed ten people. the turkey, all the fixings, that's up only 28 cents over last year. the turkey alone was up 66 cents. i'm thinking about birds now. >> i need to do better shopping because we spent way more than $49. we're going to have 10 to 12 people. we'll probably send a couple hundred bucks. >> that's what i always do. this is the bare bones approach. that's what they look at. not all the fancy stuff. >> we thought it was going to be expensive because of the feed, the corn with the drought but now we know. >> not atrocious. >> leftovers. on this veterans day, we're talking about ways to honor our troops. >> when we come back, we'll be looking at a program that provides holiday meals to service members and their families during the season. i' enakg muivam foyes.enumier
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howard here with your weather first. another very mild to warm day but not as pretty as the clouds will be thickening ahead of an approaching cold front. breezy this afternoon. highs mid- to upper 60s. showers move in tonight. full forecast in just a few minutes. on the southbound side of i- 270, right after route 85 coming down toward route 80, a vehicle struck a deer. it's sitting on the right shoulder attracting some attention but volumes are very
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light this morning as you can see. all lanes are open as you head toward 129. more on traffic coming up in a few minutes at 6:18. if you're looking for a way to honor our military men and women this veterans day, please consider donating to the turkeys for troops program. it will provide holiday meals for service members and their families this holiday season. it includes wounded warriors. jc hayward introduces us to one local woman who shares with us just how important the holidays are to her and her brother who was seriously wounded in afghanistan. >> it reminds me a lot of my brother and my dad and family in general. >> reporter: stephanie greets members of the military as a volunteer for the uso lounge at dulles international airport. while she helps the travelers relax, she is constantly reminded of her little brother and how she almost lost him. >> i had just gotten back from a trip when i was told and i think i didn't believe it at
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first because i didn't want to believe it. >> reporter: on october 24, 2009, her brother, army captain mark weiss was hit with an ied in afghanistan. paratroopers rescued him but his entire left side of his face and body was severely injured. >> they put him in a medical coma just to kind of allow his body to reduce the brain swelling. >> reporter: doctors told him he would remain in a wheelchair for as long as possible. >> accepting the doctors said he wasn't going to walk, he would push himself to walk. >> reporter: today he not only walks, he runs. the injury has brought wall's tight knit military family even closer. >> not that we didn't appreciate each other but you don't walk out the door without saying i love you one more time. >> reporter: when thanksgiving arrives, it is always a traditional time for wall's family. >> it's football and it's family and food.
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>> reporter: wall says being surrounded by family helped her brother heal faster. with the uso's turkeys for troops, she hopes other military members can experience the warmth. >> when my brother was at walter reed, the uso would come and bring thanksgiving meals to the troops that maybe couldn't leave the hospital wards to get down to the cafeteria. so i know it's extremely important. it's something that helps lift their spirits. >> reporter: i'm jc hayward, 9news now. >> if you would like to honor mark or other veterans, we encourage you to consider donating to the uso's turkey for troops program. a $50 donation will provide a holiday meal for a family of six and every dollar stays right here in our area. all you have to do is log on to our website and then click on the budgetton, the uso button on the home page. joining me now is cheryl laker hall with uso metro. is that sort of what you will receive as a basket? >> this is exactly what they'll receive as a basket. >> let's talk about some of the stuff in there.
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>> turkey. you have your yams over here. everybody loves those. canned corn, pumpkin pie filling, stuffing. >> what kind of need are we talking about this year? we know we still have the war in afghanistan and other efforts around the country. more troops are starting to come home and could probably use some help. is there significant need? >> we have 500,000 military men and women in this area. so we're supporting a lot of people. this year we'll be providing 1200 holiday baskets just like the ones you see here to families in need this holiday season. >> what kind of impact do these people have when they come home? we've done many stories on troops when they go overseas and serve our country, they have to take a pay cut and it can be difficult on their family to make ends meet. is the need really great as far as financial need? >> i think if we can all just step back for a moment and think about what it's like when your spouse is gone for a significant period of time, especially if you have a number of children, one spouse is
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taking on the whole responsibility for the family. i think that gets tough over time. >> do you need any volunteers as far as trying to help getting the baskets together? can you use some manpower too? >> we actually have them all packaged and we're ready to go because we've had a great outcrying of support for this program this year. >> thank you so much for joining us. great work. go to to help food service members. there's a uso button on our website. make sure you do that. the program will be very much improved because of that. remember every dollar you donate stays right here in the d.c. metro area. mr. howard bernstein, over to you. a beautiful morning out there. we have the bus stop forecast. the crescent moon in the eastern sky. when you see the pictures right now, it's just gorgeous. partly cloudy, cool, 40s and 50s. sunrise at 6:48. i'm just changing things around. i'll step out of the way. i urge you to check out this shot right now with the beautiful sky behind the capitol this morning. that is stunning.
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we're going to have a nice day at least to start. should be a pretty sunrise. 63 by noon. more clouds when we finish out the day at 66 after topping out at 68. i can't get over how pretty the city is at times when you get this time of day. we've got the clouds thickening to the west. showers well out to the west. they'll be moving in tonight. temperatures now in the low 40s in places like manassas is 41. reston is 43. but it's almost 10 degrees warm near ashburn at 51. look at bowie in college park and laurel. all in the low 40s this morning while andrews is at 50 and alexandria 44. why not. it's such a good picture. let's look at it again on our michael & son weather camera. partly cloudy skies. light winds. the humidity at 89%. but a strong cold front is coming. arctic air. look at this. bismarck 8. near zero in south central canada. the temps are moving toward the east and southeast. while we're a now and detroit 55, we're going to be
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struggling to get into the low 50s the next few days. there's the rain moving in toward ohio now, central ohio, columbus and cincinnati. you'll be seeing it shortly in 'not already. -- shortly if not already. it's a slow march east so it won't be getting here till sometime tonight. probably after midnight for most of us. ath earlier out to the west. here's the futurecast. we're starting out with generally clear to partly cloudy skies. even through lunch time partly sunny here. maybe a sprinkle south and west this afternoon. but still looking at partly to mostly cloudy to finish the day. then the showers come tonight, especially after the midnight hour. so between 11:00 and let's say 7:00, 8:00 tomorrow morning, best chance we're going to see rain but by 7:00 a.m., look at this. i-81, shenandoah valley, you're starting to clear out. these showers are going to kick east by lunch time. so will most of the clouds especially west of d.c. we'll see increasing sunshine in the afternoon but the cooler weather in here tomorrow and kind of chilly, too. actually not just tomorrow but for the rest of the week.
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you'll need the jackets. today 68, increasing clouds, beautiful sky right now. tonight we're dipping into the 40s and barely moving tomorrow, only 51. pretty brisk northerly wind. got a yellow alert for the rush hour tomorrow. that could be wet and could slow you down. dry on wednesday but chilly. 30s in the morning. low 50s in the afternoon. about the same for thursday. a little milder saturday for the terps game. then it could be wet and raw sunday. sunday for the skins game, i'm hoping the forecast guidance will change it. right now not looking so hot. the good news it's veterans day and ha that means -- and that means a lot of people have the day off. volume will be much lighter. the bad news is some of you still have to go to work. if you're using public transportation, metro is on a saturday schedule. the red line is single trafficking from grosvenor to friendship heights. buses are replacing trains from east falls church to clarendon. those are some things you want
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to remember. veterans holiday means no hov restrictions. you have all the lanes available for you, except route 50 in maryland. those hov restrictions are in place. two-way traffic on the changeable roads, including canal road, clara barton parkway and rock creek parkway. if you're planning to head northbound on 95, a live picture n. springfield it's so light, it's hard to believe it looks like this. to the 14th street bridge you are good to go. all the potomac and anacostia river crossings are incident free. back over to the maps. we'll show what you it looks like on the other side of town. bw parkway through cheverly in good shape. no problems on the northeast side of d.c. and north side of the beltway also in good shape. we'll take a live look. at route 1 in college park, all the way around into silver spring your lanes are open. we'll end with a live look at 66. also looking good inside the beltway if you're planning to head from manassas all the way to the roosevelt bridge. this is what it looks like.
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i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:25. >> it 16:17. coming up on 6:18. time for another look at the question of the day. 10% of americans will see this on their table on thanksgiving. is it a, cranberry sauce, b, a fruitcake, c, a restaurant bill. >> 10% is the key but i still feel weird about either any of these answers because i think it's more. one viewer says c, restaurant bill. going out for thanksgiving has become popular instead of the thanksgiving meal. if you try to make a reservation on thanksgiving, it's difficult soy think it's more than 10%. >> we did that one time. my husband was upset because they ran out of turkey so we're never doing that again. we'll have the correct answer in about 30 minutes. this week we're giving away tickets to "les miserables." all you have to do is answer the question of the day correctly to be entered into the sweepstakes and every day we'll randomly draw a name. that person will win four tickets to the play. "les miserables" will be at the
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national theater next month. stay with 9news. we'll be right back.
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welcome back. 6:22. your weather first. it's a very pretty morning. we have one more warm day. temperatures may make a run toward 70 if we get enough sunshine and things are going to change back to reality, even below normal for the rest of the week. here's a look outside before we show you the day planner. still have the gorgeous sky off to the east this morning with lots of pinches and it's owe "- - pinks and by lunch time mostly cloudy and 63. this afternoon winds picking up out of the south at 10 to 15 as temperatures make a run to the upper 60s. the average high is now down to 59. so about 10 above average. then this evening clouds thicken up. looks like any rain is really going to hold off till probably late tonight, maybe even after midnight which could impact
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your tuesday morning commute. let's check in with monika samtani. pretty skies. aim sorry, andrea and mike, pretty skies. what do you have for us? we have a candlelight vigil we want to -- we have a candlelight vigil we want to tell you about. it was held sunday night for a second grade teacher and husband who lived in one of the homes destroyed by the explosion in an indianapolis neighborhood. it's not what caused the blast. two people were killed and homes were left ininhabittable for blocks. as many as 31 houses may have to be demolished. you can see from looking at this video just how devastating this explosion was. we have an update now this morning on an armed robbery and shooting near the white house last week. one of the victims says the getaway car was caught on tape by a surveillance camera attached to the front of his business. the man who does not want to be identified was robbed at
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gunpoint. there were four sus pictures. they're -- suspects. they're still at large and some of the victims are fearing they will strike again. police are aggressively following leads looking for a silver or white lincoln with d.c. license plates marked ec0424. a columbian, maryland taco bell manager is in critical condition after a gunman opened fired in his store. the victim was confronted by on two men outside the restaurant early sunday morning. they shot the manager several times before they took off. all other employees who were there at the time called 911. still ahead when we come back, a new look at a case that has eluded police for decades. this is the one involving the east coast rapist. >> in hours of telephone interviews from his jail cell, aaron thomas publicly acknowledges he attacked women in several states. >> coming up next, we have the reporter to that to him.
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>> being veterans day holiday, no hov restrictions today except for route 50 in maryland. you definitely want to remember two-way traffic on the changeable lanes this morning during rush hour. let's take a live look outside if you're planning to head here on the beltway at new hampshire avenue looks good. one more live look on the other side of town. 395 at the pentagon. no delays to the 14th street bridge. i'll be back in a few minutes with more traffic. you're watching 9news now. stay with us.
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we are back. this is always the place to get your weather first. here's a live look at the jefferson memorial. it is 50 degrees. it's going to be a nice day,. a little cloudier howard says but we'll let you hear it from him. thank you for starting your monday with us. i'm andrea roane. happy monday. i'm mike hydeck. howard is on the weather terrace checking things out. >> good morning. very nice. 40s and 50s. light winds. we do have a lot of clear skies at the moment. just a few clouds here and there. it's going to be this afternoon where the clouds thicken up. temperatures still warm, upper 60s. maybe not as nice as it was the last couple of days. then things are going to change big time overnight into tuesday morning. here's a look at our day planner. a spectacular sky this morning. just a couple of clouds giving the beautiful pinks there behind the capitol dome on this monday morning. by lunch time partly to mostly
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cloudy, 63. by 5:00 should be mostly cloudy if not overcast and 66 after hitting a high of 68. there are the showers in the ohio and tennessee valley. they'll be getting here tonight. even the evening plans look all right. it does appear temperatures are going to be on the cool side this morning. some 40s like manassas and frederick at 48 but well up in the 60s this afternoon. monika samtani, happy monday. >> happy monday. it's veterans day. that means no hov restrictions today. and metro is on a saturday schedule. by the way, i just got word of an accident despite the volumes being so light today on the prince william parkway at wellington road. let's go over to the north side of town. look at that it's all green from frederick all the way down to the point where the lanes divide. there are no delays on 270 right now whatsoever. same story on the great seneca highway, river road and 355 as well as you travel southbound through rockville and down toward georgetown. let's go take a look live outside and show you what it looks like here on 395 at pentagon. as i said no hov restrictions
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and no delays yet. really the length from woodbridge on 95 right up the line to the 14th street bridge. back over to our maps. this time over to route 350 in maryland. -- route 50 in maryland. that's the only place where restrictions are in effect as usual. cheverly no issues on 50 or bw parkway inside the beltway into the northeast corridor. one more last live look outside. on the beltway north of town, new hampshire avenue into silver spring all lanes open. time to say good morning to our partners at cbs this morning to see what they're up to today. >> charlie rose standing by in new york. good morning, charlie. >> good morning. any news in washington? >> just a little. i bet it's what you're talking about in new york. >> well, we have new information about the woman who had an affair with c.i.a. director david petraeus. did she have access to classified information. also antitax lobbyist and
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republican strategist groverrer norquist how he thinks congress can avoid the fiscal crisis without raising taxes. >> it's so interesting about him and that pledge. more and more people are deciding not to sign it. that will be an interesting interview. >> thank you, charlie. questions continue to swirl this morning as charlie was just talking about, the extramarital affair that led to the resignation of c.i.a. director david petraeus. >> and the retired general and his biographer paula broadwell still continue to be quiet about details of their relationship. >> preeti arla is live on capitol hill with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there was plenty of shock here on capitol hill when general pa petraeus announced his resignation in light of that affair. we're learning more about the investigation that centered on harassing e. mails that were received by a florida woman. that woman is jill kelley. she's 37. she received the e-mails from
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petraeus' girlfriend broadwell. kel yi had the investigation investigate the threatening e- mails and that's what led the eventual resignation of petraeus. members of the intelligence committee say they're shocked by the news but also shocked they weren't told about the investigation sooner than they were. they received no advanced notice that that was going on. some are calling for a full investigation. others say if there are no national security implications, then we should move on. >> his resignation is a loss for the country but i understand why he had to resign. >> if there's no affect of the affair on national security, i think we need to move on. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. i think we should have been told. there is a way to do it. >> reporter: on wednesday the f.b.i. meets with the intelligence
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committee leaders. again, the focus there on national security implications, access to information as well as why the committee members were not told that this investigation was going on, information they say they should have had access to. there's also as the investigation continues focus on the legacy of petraeus. obviously he's a very high profile individual, one of the best known generals of his generation. we'll have to continue to see how this continues to play out and again what those meetings here on capitol hill will reveal later this week. back to you. >> thank you live on capitol hill this morning. secretary of homeland security janet napolitano visited new york city on sunday and toured staten island. she told state and local officials her department and fema are committed to helping everyone in the region who are impacted by super storm sandy. >> the number one issue as we move forward is the housing. now finally identifying those
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houses susceptible to quick repair and then helping people get those quick repairs so they can get back in and begin the cleanout process and the like. >> staten island was particularly hard hit by the huge storm. the man suspected in rape cases alog the east coast says he doesn't know -- along the east coast says he doesn't know why he couldn't stop attacking women for nearly two decades. his unusual pretrial confessions offer the first real picture of the man who eluded police for decades and he made these confessions over the phone from his jail cell to washington reporter josh white. at one point he says he needs help with this problem, i don't think i'm crazy but something is wrong with me. josh, thank you for being with us. first, how did you convince aaron thomas to even talk with you? >> initially i wrote him a letter when he was up in connecticut and when he was moved to virginia, i wrote him another series of letters and began conversations with his
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family. ultimately i was able to get him to give me a call and it started from there. we spoke many, many times. >> how many hours was the conversation? >> it's hard to say exactly but it was dozens of hours. it was many, many phone calls over several months. >> at one point in the interview he said i feel like an animal. he tells you he can't even remember the faces of some of his victims. >> from our conversations, the way that he described it is these things just happened. he couldn't describe exactly why or what led up to them but he would get a feeling. wee go out on to the street. he would see someone and then an attack would occur. he described every one of the victims as an object. he didn't really understand why it was happening or really the damage that he was doing as it was happening. >> what we need to understand is brutal in his commission of crimes, but he is the son of a police lieutenant. his mother was a working woman. seemingly a normal family. how did he go from that existence to being this brutal
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rapist? >> i think it's a very complex issue. for him it was a combination of very difficult childhood. he said he was very harshly disciplined by his father. he had a very hard time growing up with his father. and started to get into trouble. dehave some emotional problems. he spent some time in a psychiatric fate and went to a -- facility and went to a school where he was getting help. after being kicked out of his home, he had a lot of trouble on the streets. >> what did you think of him in the end? >> he's a very complex person. i think like any person out there he's not all just the east coast rapist. he is a person with a background and a history and a life. he is dangerous and he admits that and he talks about that but i think at the root of it, he's trying to understand why it is that this all happened and why he got to the place that he ended up. >> this conversation helps us understand a little bit what was going on in his mind and you can read it, josh white's
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article in the "washington post." josh, thank you for being here with us. >> you're very welcome. at arlington national cemetery, president obama paid tribute to the nation's service members on veterans day. the president says the wreath he laid at the tomb of the unknown is intended to remember every service member who was ever worn our nation's uniform. he urged americans to welcome back soldiers who are coming home now. the president also noted this is the first veterans day in a decade with no american troops fighting in iraq. this is what the veterans day parade looked like in new york city this weekend. thousands lined the trees of manhattan for the parade cheering and waving flags. volunteers also collected winter coats for those in need nearly two weeks after super storm sandy hit the area. a reminder today the federal government is closed and there's no mail delivery except for express mail. we had a warm weekend. looks like a cold front is going to change things in the
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very near future. howard will have more on your weather first right after this.
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it's 6:42 and 50 degrees. welcome back. monika here with your timesaver traffic and of course it's veterans day. that means metro is on is a saturday schedule. redline single traferging from grove -- tracking from grosvenor to friendship heights. and east falls church to clarendon. buss will replace trains. also no hov restrictions except route 50 in maryland and for- way -- two-way traffic on your changeable roads. in college park, a good indication of the beltway east side of town in prince george's county and the north side in montgomery county as well leaving college park into silver spring. no delays. let's go back over to our maps. this time we're taking a look inside the beltway. no problems on the bw parkway except northbound an accident just reported near route 212. one more live look outside. no issues to report here 395 at duke street. i'll be back with more coming
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up at 6:58. back to you. 6:44. howard has more on our forecast today and the week ahead. >> a beautiful morning. got a nice looking sky. sun this morning. probably mostly cloudy to finish the day but it's going to be one more warm day. when i say warm, i mean 60s to near 70 potentially and we'll struggle to get into the low 50s for much of the rest of the week. here's a look at your bus stop forecast this morning. we've got temperatures mainly in the 40s and 50s, although there are a couple of spots out west near 60 right now. we're going to see those highs and sunrise occurring pretty much about two minutes. 6:46 as we speak. we've got temperatures which will be in the low 60s by noon. a few more clouds this afternoon with a high of 68. a 3:00 temperature 67. by 6:00 we're back down to 65. a little bit of a breeze out of the south at 10 to 15 miles an hour. big range in temps. clear and calm overnight. lower 40s like baltimore and culpeper and cumberland. but you'll notice we had some 60s, low 60s out in petersburg.
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even luray. this is one of those sort of road sensors or something. it's not a official weather service reporting station but still milder air in spots. patuxent river 55. we're sitting at 50 degrees. outside on our michael & son weather camera, still some nice color. make not as nice as 20 minutes ago but still some nice looking skies to the east. 50 degrees officially at national. southwesterly winds at 5. reporting partly cloudy skies but it's generally clear out in many, many areas. and much colder in the northern part of the country where we have temperatures in the single digits. minneapolis 19. chicago 33. the cold is moving east. there's a cold front right there. ahead of it showers, some thunder as well. just a sliver of snow on the back side here as the cold air is catching up to the precip but not enough to make any real problems. just a sign that things are going to be changing here. you'll also notice how the showers are moving more north than east, a lot more north
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than east. we have a mix of clouds and sunshine. more clouds this afternoon. could be a stray shower west this afternoon. by midnight or so here comes the rain and likely with us for the morning rush hour. so when you look at the forecast, you'll see yellow for tomorrow. yellow alert for the morning commute. 68 today. tonight in the 40s. not much recovery tomorrow, 51. strong northerly winds could gust 25 tomorrow bringing in the colder air. wednesday 30s in the morning. 53 in the afternoon. by thursday and friday, lower 50s. looks dry for the terps game but maybe not so lucky for the redskins game sunday night. could be a storm on the coast giving us 40s and rain. it's 6:46. let's go back to the news desk. it is 6:46. jessica doyle is here with another your money report. >> black friday used to be everybody looked forward to it. you get your door buster deals. people get up in the middle of the night and stay in line. we don't need it anymore.
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>> i think we need to retire the phrase black friday because now it's black thursday, black a week before thanksgiving. it's insane. we all benefit because we're getting deals but toys 'r' us is the latest to join a slew of stores that will open even earlier this thanksgiving day. it will open at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. last year it was 9:00 p.m. the deals will start with more than 200 door busters. they include a free $20 store gift card and a $30 itunes card with the purchase of an ipod touch. look for a lot of offers on electronics. also moving earlier this year, wal-mart will open at 8:00 p.m. too on thanksgiving day and sears is rolling out its holiday deals on november 18, five days earlier than usual. put it on your calendar. in the meantime there's a major jeep recall to tell you about. chrysler is recalling nearly a million vehicles. it affects the grand cherokee from the 2002 to 2004 molgtdz
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years and jeep liberties from 2002 to 2003. they is a potential problem with air bag deemployment. it could cause the front or side curtain air bags to inflate under normal driving conditions. safety regulators have uncovered in the last year that air bags went off 215 times and caused 81 minor injuries. chrysler will install an electrical filter for free to fix the problem. fewer families are ordering class pictures of the kids nowadays. our partners at "u.s.a. today" report in the world of facebook and instagram the pictures in front of the generic blue backgrounds are aren't cool anymore. sales have dropped 2% in 2001 to 1.61 billion last year. some school districts are scheduling photo shoots ties a year -- twice a year and we're not touching on senior class pictures for the yearbook. some families are going into debt to get $1,000 photo shoots for their graduating seniors.
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>> really? >> yeah. everybody wants to look air brushed and kardashian like nowadays so they go out and get these fancy photographers for the yearbook picture. >> photo shop. >> a thousand bucks. >> i was thinking maybe a nice amusement park for the class picture. we're talking photo shop and whatever. >> amazing. >> thanks, jess. >> you've got it. question of the daytime. 10% of americans will see on their table this thanksgiving day one of these. is it a, cranberry sauce, b, fruitcake or c, a restaurant bill? >> katherine hernandez says b, the everlasting pass around and never ending fruitcake. >> the answer is 10% of us will see a restaurant bill on the table. i thought it was much higher than 10%. >> here's jess can today's daily deals. >> sounds good to me. daily deals time. sears has a veterans day sale on mattresses.
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get 50% to 60% off. there's also 36-month financing available and free delivery and haulaway. that's important when driving a mattress. plus there are other savings during today's offer. get a massage for 51% off. this deal is with malee thai massage and bodyworks in falls church. this is a 90-minute massage, hand and foot rub, hot stones, the works. the price $69 with groupon. want to cut your own christmas tree? the capitol deal has this our. $59 for an 8 to 9 foot christmas tree. this is at ridgefield farm and orchard in harpersville, west virginia. if you're a local merchant with a deal for our viewers, i would love to hear from ow facebook. a check -- from you on facebook. a check of the news before you go is up next.
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6:54. your weather first on this monday morning. nice this morning. we've got sunshine out there. temperatures will be climbing well up in the 60s once again about 68 for the afternoon high but we're going to finish the day with clouds and 66. some rain tonight and then we're turning colder. andrea? >> thank you, howard. let's take a look at some news before you go. a senior u.s. military official says the author who had annual affair with c.i.a. director david petraeus sent harassing e-mails to a woman in florida who was an unpaid socially asson to mcdill air force -- liaison to macdill air force base in florida. a get away car was caught on tape by a surveillance camera who robbed a man's
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business. howard county police say a victim was confronted by two men outside the restaurant on minstrel way early sunday morning. 6:55. >> traffic and weather one more time right after this.
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welcome back. 6:58. another nice warm day today. sunny this morning but more clouds as the day wears on. 68. we're going to get some rain tonight. here in the metro probably not until midnight or later. that could be a problem for the tuesday morning commute as we dip into the 40s and don't other much tomorrow, breeze -- recover much tomorrow, breezy, 51. should be okay for the terps game saturday but right now a storm up the coast could bring some cold rain sunday. skins have a home game sunday night. that could be ugly being out there. more than ugly. >> in more ways than one. it's veterans day. that means volumes have been much lighter than normal. there are no hov restrictions today except on route 50 in maryland and two-way traffic on your changeable lanes. that's one thing you do want to remember on a holiday like today.
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a quick look outside. first of all we're taking a look here in springfield. it doesn't even look like spring field it's so light. on to the north side of town where the beltway is running smoothly. >> springfield, illinois? >> exactly. as for wall street we're actually looking a little bit higher this morning keeping the fiscal cliff in focus and obviously maybe some bounce back after the 2% losses on wall street last week. cbs this morning is next. we'll have more on the fallout from the resignation of david pa fridayuous as c.i.a. direct -- david petraeus as c.i.a. director. >> howard and very good news on traffic and weather in 25 minutes. >> go saints. >> i was also going to mention 55 points from the baltimore ravens yesterday. are you kidding me? >> you can get updates on news, weather and traffic whether you're at work or anywhere else for that matter at >> we're glad you're with us. we hope you join us tomorrow morning starting at 4:25. have a good day. >> we'll see you at noon.

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